Maine women fight for easier access to birth control, and you may be surprised who’s standing against them

Maine women fight for easier access to birth control, and you may be surprised who’s standing against them

This week on the Beacon Podcast, Taryn, Ben and Mike talk about the bill winding its way through the Maine legislature to allow women to access a 12-month supply of birth control. They also examine the nascent campaigns of Terry Hayes and Adam Cote, the first candidates to announce they’re running for governor.

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